Hi everyone,

Be sure to check out our upcoming events.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 27th, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Adams 255. Refreshments provided.
From Life to Theatre: presentation by Laurel Ollstein, The Faith Broome Playwright-in-Residence at the OU School of Drama

Join us to discuss the writing process and how real life stories can be transformed into scenes in plays. Ollstein will discuss the research and writing process of her plays They Promised Her the Moon, Dorothy Parker is in the Bath, and  Showing Our Age.

Laurel Ollsteinís play, They Promised Her the Moon is based on the true story of Geraldyn "Jerrie" Cobb, the first woman to be tested for space flight.  Along with twelve other women, Cobb went through the rigors of physical and mental testing only to be told that women would not be considered for NASAís astronaut training program.  Cobb was born in Norman, Oklahoma, in 1931, the daughter of a pilot who always dreamed of flying.  Fittingly, Ms. Ollsteinís play will premiere in Norman at the University of Oklahoma in April 2012 under the direction of Dr. Judith M. Pender, Associate Professor of Drama.

For Accommodations on the basis of disability, contact the Center for Social Justice at 405-325-5787.

Thursday, March 29th, 6:30 p.m. Sam Noble Museum of Natural History
Women and Political Change in the Middle East
Part of the Women in the Middle East IAS Symposium. Sponsored by the College of International Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Department of International and Areas, Religious Studies Program, Women's and Gender Studies Program, Farzaneh Family Lecture Series, and the Iran Heritage Foundation. For accommodations on the basis of disability, call the Department of International and Area Studies at 405-325-1584. 

Wednesday, April 4th, 5:00 p.m. 
Deadline to submit a film for the "Is the American Dream Just?" film contest

Thursday, April 5th, 7 p.m. Nielsen Hall 170. Refreshments Provided
Public Screening of Inlaws and Outlaws with Guest Appearance by Executive Producer Bob Lemon and Robyn Lemon Sellers
Film co-sponsored by Center for Social Justice, Women's and Gender Studies Program, Cimarron Alliance, and The Welcoming Project
For Accommodations on the basis of disability, contact the Center for Social Justice at 405-325-5787.

For more information, please visit csj.ou.edu or email [log in to unmask].

Best,


Caitlin Campbell

Program Coordinator
Center for Social Justice
Women's & Gender Studies Program
Phone: (405)325-5787